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The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in Anambra, said it would win the council polls in the State with a landslide.
Chief Victor Umeh, National Chairman of the party made the vow at the start of the party’s campaigns for the polls on Monday.
Umeh said the people of the state had already made a bold statement at governorship election in November by voting massively for APGA.
He said that the purposeful leadership of Gov. Peter Obi would guarantee its victory at the polls.
Umeh handed party flags to three chairmanship candidates from the three senatorial zones in the state.
“Our party has done well in Anambra and we got endorsement with the landslide victory at the governorship elections. The coming victory in the council poll will be the climax of our victories.
“It is clear that Anambra is an APGA state and we call on our brothers in other parties to join the winning team as we are ready to welcome them’’, he said.
On his part, Gov. Peter Obi said APGA would continue the winning streak in the state as it had done well to earn the followership of the people.
Obi wished all a merry Christmas, urging them to celebrate the season with joy and happiness.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) recalls the Anambra Independent Electoral Commission last week fixed the council polls in the state for Jan 11, 2014.
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